Infrakit is an information management system for storing and sharing infra project data easily between different stakeholders such as developers, designers and constructors. Open formats and cloud technology are in the core of the solution.
Buildie and Infrakit have created an interface between the solutions which benefits the users of both companies. The users avoid double data storing and unnecessary data transferring, which eases, streamlines, and expedites the documentation of infra projects.
After establishing the interface, the Buildie users will get an Infrakit folder in the documentation management. The folder will collect automatically the project data of the relevant project item in Infrakit. This way the Buildie users will have an easy access to the project data that is originally stored in Infrakit.
The user rights of the Infrakit folder in Buildie’s project management can be managed the same way as in other cases.
Trimble NIS is a network information system developed for business operations of gas, water, and district heating networks. It is an intelligent network model which includes an integrated geographic information system (GIS). Trimble NIS consists of several different modules such as network calculations, network investment management, maintenance, and asset management.
Buildie and Trimble NIS have created an interface enabling useful data sharing. Users can send photo documentation from Buildie directly to the Trimble NIS system.
The photo documentation includes information of the worker who took the photo, worksite, timestamp, description, work phases and GPS coordinates, which can be seen both in Trimble NIS and Utility To Go. The integration enables even better documentation process for the users of both counterparts.
At the moment, the main group that uses this integration is the water utilities.
Keypro’s KeyAqua is a geographical information solution (GIS) designed for water utilities. With KeyAqua, one can manage investment planning and analysis of the network state, maintenance plans and deflections, and modelling of networks.
Buildie and KeyAqua have created an interface between their solutions. The KeyAqua user can send photo documentation from Buildie directly to KeyAqua.
The photo documentation includes information of the worker who took the photo, worksite, timestamp, description, work phases and GPS coordinates, which can be seen in KeyAqua. Thanks to the integration and data sharing, it is remarkably easier and simpler to keep the water networks functional.
The interface is available for other Keypro’s solutions as well.